Babar took to social media on Saturday and posted an image that offered a sneak peek into his most recent undertaking
Pakistan captain, Babar Azam, surprised his fans when he shared a picture of himself and his classmates at Harvard Business School.
Babar took to social media on Saturday and posted an image that offered a sneak peek into his most recent undertaking.
In the picture, Babar can be seen sharing his thoughts with the class as his classmates look on.
The caption of the picture read, "Met some thoughtful committed people ready to change the world."
Former UFC Heavyweight Champion, Francis Ngannou, and Chelsea football club captain, Cesar Azpillicueta, are also Pakistan captain’s classmates at Harvard.
King Babar and Rizwan found in the class room taking classes.. pic.twitter.com/tPofRDOTm0— JIMMRZ (@Jimmrz_) June 3, 2023
Babar giving a youngster class fellow a chance to sing. Inspirational!— M (@anngrypakiistan) June 3, 2023
Some pics of king Babar Azam in his Class room.. pic.twitter.com/zUBrYGNK2U— JIMMRZ (@Jimmrz_) June 3, 2023
Salam from Harvard!— Muhammad Rizwan (@iMRizwanPak) June 3, 2023
Grateful to you all for the birthday wishes. I pray and wish the very best for you in every aspect of life. 🤲 pic.twitter.com/6lNfvMrKi8
Babar and Mohammad Rizwan have enrolled in Harvard Business School's executive education program, that marks a significant milestone, not only for their personal development but also for the cricketing community as a whole. They have become the first cricketers to partake in this esteemed program, which specifically focuses on The Business of Entertainment, Media, and Sports (BEMS).
From May 31 to June 3, Babar and Mohammad Rizwan have been attending classes on the illustrious Harvard Business School campus in Boston, Massachusetts.
This groundbreaking initiative taken by the two cricketers is likely to inspire a new generation of cricketers to pursue education alongside their sporting careers.